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"Image Sensor Formats and Interfaces for IoT Applications," a Presentation from Sony

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Tatsuya Sugioka, Imaging System Architect at Sony Corporation, presents the "Image Sensor Formats and Interfaces for IoT Applications" tutorial at the May 2017 Embedded Vision Summit.

Image sensors provide the essential input for embedded vision. Hence, the choice of image sensor format and interface is critical for embedded vision system developers. In this talk, Sugioka explains the capabilities, advantages and disadvantages of common image sensor formats and interfaces (for example, sub-LVDS and MIPI) through quantitative and qualitative comparisons. He also explores how different image sensor formats and interfaces support advanced features such as high dynamic range imaging.